It's Time to Break from Partisan Barriers
Grandma always told me...
"If you want something done right, do it yourself!"
Is to create an amendment to allow the U.S. Voting Republic to be able to WRITE-IN & cast their vote(s) in any U.S. state that they reside in without having to register, pledge allegiance or support any one party or their stooge.
It’s time to demand a new U.S. constitutional amendment that will be called the “Non-Party Voters or Write-in Voting Amendment,” where the entire U.S. voting republic has the right to WRITE-IN and vote for whatever party member or non-party candidate (presidential, U.S. Senate, gubernatorial and/or U.S House of Representative) they choose without having to register for or with a particular party affiliation.
*The ability to vote in any primary without party affiliation is also an additional modification NonPartyVoters.org is seeking.
Question: Why can’t U.S. citizens vote for any candidate of their choice, regardless of their respective party affiliation?
Answer: The U.S. political voting system is rigged and fixed against us to ensure victory of the two party oligarchy (or more accurately one corporate party), by limiting options, suppressing our votes, and making it as difficult as possible to vote for the candidate of our choice.
“ I have already intimated to you the danger of parties in the State, with particular reference to founding them on geographical discrimination's. Let me now take a more comprehensive view, and warn you, in the most solemn manner, against the baneful effects of the spirit of party, generally. .”
~George Washington, Farewell Address, September 19, 1796
"There is nothing which I dread so much as a division of the republic into two great parties, each arranged under its leader, and concerting measures in opposition to each other. This, in my humble apprehension, is to be dreaded as the greatest political evil under our Constitution."
"if a political party does not have its foundation in the determination to advance a cause that is right and that is moral, then it is not a political party; it is merely a conspiracy to seize power."
~ President Dwight D. Eisenhower
Jimmy Dore’s last question in an interview with Jesse Ventura early June 2020 regarding all the crazy circus in our nations capitol… What can we do? Jesse Ventura: “If we all got mail in ballots, then it’s easy to write a name in!”
This process would also eliminate the need for primary's as we all know are colluded, rigged and completely designed to promote on particular stooge/candidate.
For decades the U.S. Voting Republic has been conditioned to believe that you/us/we must wave a particular political banner or flag in order to vote for the stooge or the issues or policies they do or do not stand for, no matter how ludicrous their platform is instead of your own interests. ...no more!
Let’s be as real as real can be… both U.S. political party’s have been compromised decades ago! They both work for their elitist, 1% donor class and have been strategically working against the 99% for decades! If you are committed to changing the status quo, then it's time to be NPV's.
There is not one person off the 99% or part of this planet that hasn’t been used, abused, and discarded by the elected people in power for the past few decades. The evidence of their dishonesty, their pontificating and corruption is staggering. Our politicians have proven to us time and time again that they will do and say whatever it takes to get elected, and produce nothing. ...it is time for all of us to come together and truly take our nation back!
More reality... Fact: The winner of the presidential election is NOT the person who gets the most votes, but the person who gets a majority of ELECTORS or the Electoral College. So, one of our major goals is these “Electors” must be completely removed.
First, we must get money out of politics, completely. From there the 99% will gain control from our elected officials or whomever is left after most of them leave due to the fact that the big donor money is gone.
It's simple! $$$ Out of Politics and the rest is attainable!
We have to stop believing that SOMEBODY ELSE is going to fix all your problems. Seriously how has that worked out thus far? Answer: crappy
Be your own party, do your own due-diligence, research & investigating. As Ice-Cube said, "Chickity-chickity-check-yourself-before-you-wreck-yourself!"
Yes, were now at that the precipice of a nest that you're going to have to mentally and physically be uncomfortable with for you to bring the change you desire and take the leap!
Recent Side Note:
Recently, [it appeared that] the National Green Party colluded with Howard Hawkins in rigging and cheating other candidates for the GP POTUS Primary out of their chances to win or even come close. This caused a great disturbance and a separation of many to create The Independent Green Party of America is now happening. Another faction split off in 2016 after a similar event happened when Hillary stole the primary from Bernie Sanders. Now there’s Justice Democrats and the new hopeful is the People Party. If you remember… The Tea Party was infiltrated and compromised by the Republican Party as the Justice Democrats were as well by the DNC. Again, we no longer need to tot the party line! We no longer must or have to vote for the 2 Party Oligarchy’s political front man or woman stooge!
NonPartyVoters.org is about you as an individual of the U.S. Voting republic building a candidate that serves you/The 99%, not the 1% or Corporate Elite. It’s time to toss, dump and/or free ourselves from these corrupted greedy and unproductive political parties. It’s time for Non-Party Voters to rise up and actually seize and retain the power that our founding fathers wanted us to have from the very beginning.
It’s time for NonPartyVoters.org!
Click bellow for the Interactive Map that Provides More Detailed info (linked) on What States Allow Write-In (green), States Where it is Possible (yellow) & What States Do Not Allow Write-In Voting at all (red), and click the state again to ballotpedia.com that gives details on the processes...
We are all for supporting the FEC/powers that be in allowing as many political parties to have their platforms & candidates to be heard, seen and elected in the U.S. political arena. We also believe that the U.S. Voting Republic should have another choice; of being able to write-in their own candidate that is owned by a party or not, in all 50 states (D.C. may be 51, soon).
Due to the DNC Fraud Lawsuit of 2017 by Jared Beck… It is obvious that any political party/corporation can lie, cheat, steal & rig their own primaries, internally. Thus why NonPartyVoters.org is for all those voters in the U.S. that may not agree with any political party's character, morals, ethics, practices, platform positions or their prospective candidate(s).
Again, we are not nor will we ever be a political party - we're an actual movement to a much needed constitutional amendment... The "NonPartyVoters Amendment."
Please also note that Bernie Sanders was to lead a new ‘People’s Party’ ahead of the People’s Summit in Chicago, which [appears] did not happen.
July 6, 202010:18 AM
The U.S. Supreme Court has unanimously upheld laws across the country that remove or punish rogue Electoral College delegates who refuse to cast their votes for the presidential candidate they were pledged to support.
The decision Monday was a loss for "faithless electors," who argued that under the Constitution they have discretion to decide which candidate to support.
Writing for the court, Justice Elena Kagan, in a decision peppered with references to the Broadway show Hamilton and the TV show Veep, said Electoral College delegates have "no ground for reversing" the statewide popular vote. That, she said, "accords with the Constitution — as well as with the trust of the Nation that here, We the People rule."
The decision was a relief to election law experts as well as Democratic and Republican party officials, who have long supported faithless elector laws such as those upheld Monday.
If the case had gone the other way, it would have been a "nightmare scenario" in which people unhappy with the general election results could "go after electors and try to threaten them or cajole them or bribe them to vote in a particular way," said Richard Hasen, an election law expert at the University of California, Irvine.
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser echoed those sentiments: "This was one where I did not want to contemplate what the other consequence would have looked like," he said.
Even Harvard Law School professor Lawrence Lessig, who represented the rogue electors before the Supreme Court, appeared only mildly disappointed at the loss. "We took this case initially because we just thought this needed to be resolved before it created a constitutional crisis," he said.
Thirty-two states have some sort sort of faithless elector law, but only 15 of those remove, penalize or simply cancel the votes of the errant electors. The 15 are Michigan, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Indiana, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, Washington, California, New Mexico, South Carolina, Oklahoma and North Carolina. Although Maine has no such law, the secretary of state has said it has determined a faithless elector can be removed.
Monday's Supreme Court decision, however, is so strong that it would seem to allow states to remove faithless electors even without a state law. Duke University School of Law professor Guy-Uriel Charles said that nonetheless, it would be prudent for states to pass laws to prevent electors from going rogue.
"States certainly would be better off by imposing some statutory basis ... for removing or sanctioning rogue electors," Charles said, adding, "But I don't see anything in this opinion that requires them to do so."
Monday's case began after the 2016 election when a handful of Electoral College delegates pledged to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in Colorado and Washington state voted for other individuals, such as Colin Powell or John Kasich.
As Michael Baca, the faithless elector from Colorado, put it in an NPR interview, the idea was to "reach across the aisle" to Republican electors in 2016 and try to find a candidate that some Republican delegates would be willing to support other than Donald Trump.
Baca was removed on the spot under Colorado's faithless elector law, and the Washington state delegates were fined $1,000 each. In 2019, Washington's law was amended to require that faithless electors be removed as well.
On Monday, the Supreme Court put its stamp of approval on either approach, at minimum.
Kagan's opinion noted that the original Electoral College system created by the framers of the Constitution failed to anticipate the growth of political parties. By 1796, the first contested election after George Washington's retirement, the system exploded in disarray, with two consecutive Electoral College "fiascos."
That led to passage of the 12th Amendment in 1804, "facilitating the Electoral College ... as a mechanism not for deliberation but for party line voting," Kagan wrote.
Nothing in the Constitution prevents the states from "taking away presidential electors' voting discretion," she said. For centuries, almost all electors have considered themselves bound to vote for the winner of the state popular vote. If the framers of the Constitution had a different idea, she said, they never committed it to the printed page.
Justice Clarence Thomas, joined in part by Justice Neil Gorsuch, agreed with the outcome but wrote separately to explain his different reasoning.
Rather than interpret the Constitution's sparse language about the Electoral College as authorizing states to impose conditions on electors, Thomas argued that power is reserved to the states by the 10th Amendment.
Although many Americans think that they elect the president and vice president, in fact, it is the Electoral College, an arcane intermediary mechanism dreamed up by the Founders, that formally determines who wins the election.
The system has been considered a formality because usually the winner of the popular vote also wins the Electoral College.
But twice in the past two decades, the unexpected took place: The winner of the popular vote did not become president; instead, the winner in the Electoral College prevailed. Trump, who got nearly 3 million fewer votes overall than Clinton, won the state-by-state allotment of Electoral College votes in 2016 and became president. And in 2000, George W. Bush became president, winning five more Electoral College votes than Al Gore, though Gore won roughly half a million more popular votes.
In total, the popular vote winners have failed to win the Electoral College vote on four occasions, the first two occurring during the 1800s.
But the fact that the last two occurred in just the past 20 years has provoked various suggestions for reform, including getting rid of the Electoral College altogether. With the country as polarized as it is, however, that seems unlikely, as it would require a constitutional amendment, and that in turn requires a two-thirds vote in both houses of Congress, and approval by three-quarters of the states.
Several states have signed on to a proposal to sidestep the Electoral College altogether by joining a "National Popular Vote Interstate Compact" to pledge their Electoral College votes to whichever candidate wins the national popular vote, regardless of how the candidates perform in their state. So far, the compact has the support of 15 states and the District of Columbia, making up 196 electoral votes of the 270 needed to win the White House.
That scheme, which would only go into effect once enough states have joined to tip the election, would surely be challenged in court as well.
Flawed as the Electoral College system may be, at the oral arguments in May, the justices expressed concern about tinkering with laws that bind the delegates to vote for the popular vote winner in their states.
Justice Samuel Alito observed that if the popular vote is close, the possibility of "changing just a few votes" in the Electoral College would rationally "prompt the losing party ... to launch a massive campaign to try to influence electors, and there would be a long period of uncertainty about who the next president was going to be."
Similarly, Justice Brett Kavanaugh alluded to what he called "the chaos principle of judging, which suggests that if it's a close call ... we shouldn't facilitate or create chaos."
None of those concerns surfaced explicitly in Kagan's majority opinion. She instead pointed to the text of the Constitution as well as more than 200 years of history and tradition to make her case.
"The Constitution's text and the nation's history both support allowing a state to enforce an elector's pledge to support his party's nominee — and the state voters' choice — for President," Kagan wrote.
"... The Electors' constitutional claim has neither text nor history on its side."
In a nutshell: The popular vote rules all in the U.S.! However, the Electoral College still lurks...
Yes, we're a bit late to the punch on this coming 2020 election cycle, but what is so surprising is that WRITE-IN voting isn't a gigantic challenge in more states than most know of. It's pretty simple... if you have the best candidate that commits to your interests and doesn't tow the party line (your option), already has a decent base, can gain the ability to obtain more and do what is needed to pull in further support from other demographics of other political party's, then the challenge is not as great. Besides the nine states that are against the Constitution and are non-democratic (HI, LA, NM, OK, SC, SD & MS), if you see this spreadsheet above you'll realize that although there are a few hurdles... Non Party Voters can make a difference and/or eventually advance a Non Party Voters Amendment to have all states legally give U.S. Voting Republic the right to WRITE-IN whomever they want during the U.S. general election cycle in every U.S. state.
It’s time for the 99% to find, build and create our own Public Servant. One that will commit to a binding contract that if they do not continue to push and fight for our interests, our needs and our platform then we’ll fire them on the spot, and find somebody that will! We’re not waiting for another political savior party to come down from the heavens, prop up their stooge and give us what we kind of need, maybe want or somewhat could be okay with. No, we will build our own candidate that will stand and defend what the 99% (whatever the majority wants) demands. Then and only then will we obtain any and all resources (money, people & support etc.) to propel that individual into the political arena with sword and shield in hand, fighting for all of us.
Most would agree that the cognitive dissonance or the unwilling attention to all the rabid racism, bigotry and hatred ignorantly directed upon our fellow humans for hundreds of years within the U.S. has brought us to these much needed and necessary BLM protests.
The greatest question we should ask ourselves is are we targeting the core of the problem?
It was never just enough to free millions of African Americans with the Emancipation Proclamation, yes, it was a major stride for equality, but the door for slavery was left wide open in the form of “prison” labor and inequalities that MLK’s 1969 Poor Peoples march is still fighting for to this very day. a living wage, medicare for all, and especially economic justice for all was on the top of MLK's list during that march and he proclaimed that we must have a “declaration of unanimous support!” He knew that not only were minorities being oppressed and enslaved... the 99% was rapidly becoming the slave of the 1%/Corporate Elite/Donor Class.
Let's be honest... Right now and throughout the decades our [supposed] public servants/politicians are corrupted by power and money.
They've allowed those that are incarcerated and felons to strip them of their right to vote, and what ethnicity is incarcerated the most? African American's, it's no accident. Your Public Servants all set up the new system of slavery of systematically stripping the 99% or the poor of their freedoms in many other fiendish ways as well.
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 even had provisions to open the door to correcting this. By allowing felony disenfranchisement and prison labor, we are now left with modern day slavery in many various ways. Besides current prison labor Fast Food Slavery at minimum wage, with no health coverage or at least hazard pay during a “pandemic” is and has been recently a travesty, yet noting has been done, nothing! Millions work for scraps while the 1%/Corporate Elite/Donor Class obtain blank checks in stimulus monies etc.
Finally, with all the much needed media attention on yet more police brutality and murder upon unarmed African Americans, many Americans of all colors are discussing solutions for a problem that has largely been ignored and isn't talked about above the surface. Unfortunately, despite the flowery rhetoric from the Democrats (legislators, judiciaries & executives) about change and Republican’s taking the side of a militant police force, both of their actions leave much to be desired. As we've already seen both political parties generally take the side of the cops aka their attack dogs in their moments of crisis, which leaves the Black community with two do-nothing parties.
The cops aren’t going to reform themselves and the politicians continue to ignore the minorities and especially the 99% and enable the ones that uphold the flawed, abusive and apathetic policing system that is in place, now.
Studies have shown that public support has nothing to do with the laws created. Only corporate donors have any effect on our legislatures. Money is the reason why politicians do anything at all of an significant help or change. There is a financial motivation for the people in power to protect and strengthen their corrupt system of oppression. Some of the profiteers of racism include: banks, private prisons, corporations, politicians, police, private parole services, bail bonds loan services, lawyers, mainstream media, and the military industrial complex. Every election cycle the racism profiteers bribe politicians on both sides of the aisle with hundreds of millions of dollars in the form of donations. Each party gets paid to play good cop/bad cop with voters, while writing laws to give themselves and their donors more power and money. With the poor and especially African American's being policed disproportionately.
Although many that understand how rigged the system is are powerless to change things by voting due to felony disenfranchisement (marijuana/drug charges are labeled as felonies).
As the politicians are passing corporate legislation that in the long term does not ever benefit African Americans, their donors are making money at an exponential rate. The private prison industry made 7.4 billion in 2017 alone. Prison labor generates about 500 million dollars of wealth every year. Private parole services makes tens of millions a year.
Cops are financially motivated as well. Police officers make overtime pay (up to $272 for 15 minutes of time). This adds up to thousands of dollars over the course of just a few years. Law enforcement can also seize private property using civil forfeiture. 100% of the money made from civil forfeiture is kept by police. Drug busts generate the most money, which is why nearly 80% of warrants are for drug related reasons. Studies have shown that as police budgeting goes down, rates of civil forfeiture goes up. Between 2001 and 2014 cops made 29 billion dollars using civil forfeiture, with rates increasing by 1000%.
With all this being brought to light defunding the police is not even close to being enough because the corporations and their attack dog lobbyists have other ways of generating money via the coffers of our tax dollars, which comes at the cost of the community instead. Racism will continue as a byproduct until we tackle the corruption within our government that keeps creating these policies such as "Stand Your Ground" etc.
Black Live Matter is a vital and pertinent movement, but if they are not attacking the core of the problem deep under the surface, then a temporary fix of the George Floyd Law Enforcement Trust and Integrity Act of 2020 basically brushes off the dust above the surface. History has shown us that if we don’t address systemic reform for elections, take money out of politics, and campaign finance reform, then we will be forced to live under the same oppression, and eventually under a different branding. The fight for these reformations will be our biggest fight yet, and we will have to be united in our efforts. Yes, we must address racism, because racism and unity cannot coexist. At the same time the 99% must link arms alongside BLM so that we all can move forward to secure the wins for equality and bring more joy to all our lives by stripping money out of politics.
If we're only asking for them to stop the "choke-holds," then please remember this fact... they have dozens of other ways to kill a human being.
Yes, it's a PIXAR kids movie, but this is the factual reality of who we truly are or could be...
Hopper: Let this be a lesson to all you ants! Ideas are very dangerous things! You are mindless, soil-shoving losers, put on this Earth to serve us!
Flik: You're wrong, Hopper. Ants are not meant to serve grasshoppers. I've seen these ants do great things, and year after year they somehow manage to pick food for themselves *and* you. So-so who is the weaker species? Ants don't serve grasshoppers! It's *you* who need *us*! We're a lot stronger than you say we are... And you know it, don't you?
Yes, most of us get it. This country continues to show the world that the U.S. of A. is extremely deranged, colluded, corrupted and I could go on and on on how embarrassing, shameful and pathetic our legislators, judiciaries and executives have become. What's alarming to the rest of the world is that fact that we're very trigger happy domestically and internationally, which is probably why most of the U.S. Voting Republic is sick and tired of militant Fed & State police and all these regime change wars that only benefit/profit the 1%/Corporate Elite/Donor Class.
Again, all political party's in the U.S. have now been fully compromised. The 99% no longer have any influence, control or a speck of power over our supposed public servants. It's been a long time coming... Everyone that is not the 1% needs to hit the streets and lock arms with BLM, or without them, but it needs to be done soon. If we don't do this within the next few months, then we'll all be in a completely fascist police state/nation. ...there is no other way at this point.
Currently, as we build this movement... Tyranny, subjugation & oppression as never witnessed before is happening directly in front of all of you, and at the same time MSM is easily detouring you and distracting you from that which they do not want you to see, again.
It's about your candidates issues, their platform, and what they stand for or are against.
All candidates should be able to create they're own campaign that works for the citizens that support them. Not having to go by what the party instructs them to say and do.
Whomever has what the people want and need will be chosen, not the other way around.
Under Article V of the Constitution, there are two ways to propose and ratify amendments to the Constitution. To propose amendments, two-thirds of both houses of Congress can vote to propose an amendment, or two-thirds of the state legislatures can ask Congress to call a national convention to propose amendments. To ratify amendments, three-fourths of the state legislatures must approve them, or ratifying conventions in three-fourths of the states must approve them.
The Supreme Court has said that ratification must be within "some reasonable time after the proposal." Beginning with the 18th amendment, Congress traditionally set a definite period for ratification. In the case of the 18th, 20th, 21st, and 22nd amendments, the period set was seven years, but there has been no determination as to just how long a "reasonable time" is. ...possible but tough, so baby steps or state by state is the better option.
Join the NonPartyVoters movement and stay informed, stay vigilant & stay the course!